The gang searches frantically for Marcel, who slipped out of the apartment while Rachel was baby-sitting him. After Marcel is found and safe, Ross finally gets up the courage to try to woo Rachel. But just when it looks like the two might actually spend a romantic evening alone together, Barry, the ex-Mr. Potato Head, barges into the apartment declaring his love for her.
On Election Day, Bartlet and his staff begin counting exit poll votes across the country.
Grace's (Debra Messing) delight in having a bright intern (guest star Natasha Lyonne, "Slums of Beverly Hills") whom she can mentor turns into horror when the young woman re-makes herself into the spitting image of sassy, brassy Karen (Megan Mullally) - and that's at least one too many Karens to handle. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) volunteer to act out scenes for a gay sensitivity seminar for the local police but the peaceful intent is lost when they tussle with two lesbian (guest stars Suzanne Krull and Henriette Mantel) cast members who strongly object to their non-inclusive, sexist language. Shelley Morrison also stars.
Randy (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) gets his driver's license, but is upset that his privileges are not as good as Brad's (Zachery Ty Bryan) were.
Tim (Tim Allen) doesn't understand why Al (Richard Karn) has trouble accepting extravagant gifts from his new girlfriend.
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